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Need help with t-case !

Does anyone have an exploded view of a smmi t-case they could post ?...i need to split mine and replace the shifter forks and rods and i need o look at a pic so i can see how to do it.
any tip would be helpful.....thanks


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Re: Need help with t-case !

Here is an exploded view of the gearset but the FSM does not have one of the entire t-case that I have found. Hope this helps.
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Re: Need help with t-case !

Do i need to remove the speedo gear befor i can split the case ?
And how do ya put the ballbearings back in ?

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Re: Need help with t-case !

If you got a fax machine I can fax you the rebuild paper work that comes with the gearsets its about 8 pages
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Re: Need help with t-case !

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Do i need to remove the speedo gear befor i can split the case ?
And how do ya put the ballbearings back in ?

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Yes, be sure to remove the speedo gear before you split the cases. Pull it out of the housing using a pair of vise grips and a hammer.

The ball bearings can be difficult to get back in. After putting the springs back into the hole, I dropped the first ball bearing into the hole. I then took a long 1/4" bolt and pushed the ball bearing down to compress the springs. Push it down far so you can't see the ball bearing from the shifter shaft hole. You'll notice that the shifter shafts have a nice taper on them, this taper will allow you to insert the shaft as you remove that 1/4" bolt. When you remove the bolt, the ball bearing will then be pressing against the tapered edge of the shifter shaft. At this point use a hammer to finish inserting the shaft into the hole, because as you push it in you are compressing the springs, not easily done by hand.

If you don't understand this and need me to draw you a picture, let me know.

This may or may not help you, but here are my two threads which I explained the disassembly of my t-case, and partial assembly. Lots of pictures.

http://bbs.off-road.com/ubbthreads/s...mp;o=&amp;vc=1

http://bbs.off-road.com/ubbthreads/s...mp;o=&amp;vc=1


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Re: Need help with t-case !

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Re: Need help with t-case !

Rob I tried to fax your machine keeps picking up
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Re: Need help with t-case !

rockrat....thanks for trying , I know the fax is messed up.
But i did contact Gary at petro Works and he was able to walk me through it all....so thanks to all for yr info..But it is up and runnin again, works grate..Thanks again for all the help.


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Re: Need help with t-case !

No problem I actually had quite a few people ask for that fax I wish it would have went through for ya. Glad ya got it going. Im going to see if I can have the paper work converted into a PDF format and Ill upload it to my web page.
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